Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent
2020 – 2022


Explore Antarctica in expedition style, aboard an authentic expedition ship is an incomparable experience and your guarantee of an in-depth encounter with all its wonders. Lindblad Expedition’s pioneering polar heritage and 50 years of experience navigating polar geographies is your assurance of safe passage in one of the wildest sectors of the planet. Our veteran polar expedition team enables you to see more of the legendary landscapes and habitats, encounter iconic penguins, leopard seals, and marine mammals, Kayak among icebergs, Zodiac cruise past resting crabeater seals, and walk a slice of the continent with the best ice team on Earth, experience the seldom-seen Antarctic undersea through the efforts of our undersea specialist. Benefit from our 175 collective years of Lindblad-National Geographic expedition experience to see and do all you came for and more. Depart aboard the 148-passenger National Geographic Explorer. Additional departures available on sister ships, 102-guest National Geographic Orion, 126-guest National Geographic Endurance, 126-guest National Geographic Resolute.

Brief Itinerary:
Day 1: U.S. / Fly to Buenos Aires, Argentina (Explorer, Endurance) or Santiago (Orion, Resolution)
Day 2: Buenos Aires (or Santiago) / Overnight Hotel
Day 3: Fly to Ushuaia, Argentina / Embark Ship
Day 4: At Sea/Drake Passage
Day 5-10: Exploring Antarctica
Day 11-12: At Sea
Day 13-14: Ushuaia / Disembark / Buenos Aires (Explorer,Endurance) or Santiago (Orion, Endurance) / Home

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Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent
2020 – 2022

Day-By-Day Itinerary:

Day 1: U.S./Buenos Aires, Argentina (Explorer, Endurance) or Santiago (Orion, Resolution)
Depart on an overnight flight to Buenos Aires (Explorer or Endurance) or Santiago (Orion or Resolution).

Day 2: Buenos Aires / Overnight Hotel
Arrive this morning and settle into the Alvear Art Hotel (or similar, Explorer) or Alvear Icon (or similar, Endurance) before seeing the city’s Beaux-Arts palaces and the famous balcony associated with Eva Perón. Or check into the Hotel Santiago by Mandarin (or similar) before our guided overview of this vibrant city backed by the inspiring Andes. (L)

Day 3: Fly to Ushuaia, Argentina / Embark Ship
Fly by private charter to Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. Embark ship. (B,L,D)

Day 4: At Sea / Drake Passage
While crossing the legendary Drake Passage, spot albatross and other seabirds that glide alongside the ship. (B,L,D)

Day 5-10: Exploring Antarctica
With long hours of daylight at this time of year, we have ample opportunity to explore the Antarctic Peninsula and the surrounding islands. In keeping with the nature of an expedition, the schedule is flexible so that we can take advantage of the unexpected—watching whales at play off the bow, taking an after-dinner Zodiac cruise, or heading out on an unplanned excursion. We anticipate offering opportunities each day to hike, kayak among the ice floes, and experience close encounters with wildlife. You may have the thrill of watching our powerful ship crunch through the pack ice, or step ashore to thousands of Adélie and gentoo penguins.

You’ll learn how climate change affects the penguin populations, and how best to capture images of penguins from a photographer. Back aboard, our undersea specialist may present video from that day’s dive or show rare images taken up to 1,000 feet below the surface using our ROV. Our expert staff will craft an expedition where you will learn, see, and experience more. (B,L,D)

Day 11-12: At Sea
Enjoy the ship’s amenities as the coast of Antarctica disappears from view. Round the southernmost tip of South America, and see the meeting of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Celebrate your voyage at a farewell dinner on board. (B,L,D)

Day 13-14: Disembark Ushuaia/Fly to Buenos Aires (Explorer, Endurance) or Santiago (Orion)/Home
Disembark in Ushuaia. Fly by charter to Buenos Aires or Santiago and connect with your overnight flight home. (Day 13: B,L)

*Please note: This itinerary is subject to change. Flexibility is a hallmark of expeditions, and often the day-by-day itinerary will change to take advantage of rare wildlife sightings or photographers linger ashore through the golden hour of light. Extraordinary adventure is a guarantee.


Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent
2020 – 2022

Rates: (*note rates/dates listed are for NG Explorer only)

11/8/2020; 11/18/2020; 11/28/2020; 12/8/2020; 1/7/2021; 1/17/2021; 1/27/2021; 2/6/2021;
Category 1: $14,940
Category 2: $15,990
Category 3: $16,550
Category 4: $17,810
Category 5: $21,510
Category 6: $24,540
Category 7: $27,990
Solo Category SA: $19,990
Solo Category SB: $20,690

12/18/2020; 12/28/2020
Category 1: $16,130
Category 2: $17,350
Category 3: $17,880
Category 4: $19,200
Category 5: $23,190
Category 6: $26,460
Category 7: $30,740
Solo Category SA: $21,690
Solo Category SB: $22,350

11/8/2021; 12/8/2021; 1/7/2022; 2/6/2022; 2/16/2022
Category 1: $15,080
Category 2: $16,150
Category 3: $16,720
Category 4: $17,970
Category 5: $21,660
Category 6: $24,690
Category 7: $28,200
Solo Category 1S: $19,990
Solo Category 3S: $20,850

*Above rates are per person

Rates are approximate until the time of booking. Please note rates are subject to change without prior notice due to circumstances beyond our control; i.e. fuel increases, currency fluctuations, etc.

Interested in dates/rates on other ships? Please contact Expedition Easy by telephone at 1-800-617-2319 or e-mail


– Onboard Ship: Hotels ashore as indicated in itinerary; all meals and non-alcoholic beverages onboard; cappuccinos, lattes and filtered water; 24-hour coffee, tea and soda on demand; hors d’oeuvres and snacks during Recap; fitness center or exercise equipment; fully-stocked library, and other gracious public spaces; guidance and company of expedition staff; services of a physician
– Ashore: meals on land, as indicated in itinerary; sightseeing and entrance fees; special access permits, park fees, port taxes; transfers to and from group flights; the expertise of expedition staff
– Activities: all excursions; Zodiac and kayak explorations; presentations and guest speakers in the lounge

Not Included:

– Airfare: international and internal airfare
– Pre- and post-expedition: additional hotel nights; private transfers; travel protection plan; passport, visa, and immigration fees; expedition extensions; gratuities
– Aboard ship: alcoholic beverages; spa treatments; gratuities; laundry; Internet and phone; gift shop items and any other items of personal nature

Deposit & Payments

This itinerary is subject to the availability of all services at the time of making a reservation. No space is being held at this time. Please contact Expedition Easy for the full terms and conditions that apply. We are happy to answer questions and discuss your trip.


To reserve space on a trip on the Expedition Easy website, please contact Expedition Easy by telephone at 1-800-617-2319 or e-mail

Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent
2020 – 2022


Buenos Aires
PRE-TRIP / 2 DAYS / FROM $2,390
Before embarking on your expedition take time to explore one of the world’s most intriguing cities. See its famous architecture, explore the most interesting neighborhoods, visit top museums, and take in a tango performance on an extension curate.

PRE-TRIP / 2 DAYS / FROM $2,850
Take advantage of your proximity to Santiago while sailing aboard our ships to discover the culture, cuisine, and superb wine of this city and its surrounding wine country over three days.

Iguazú Falls
POST-TRIP / 3 DAYS / FROM $3,050
Taller than Niagara and twice as wide, Iguazú Falls is situated in a beautiful subtropical forest, home to more than 450 species of birds, including toucans and parrots, and butterflies, orchids, and endangered jaguars.

Easter Island
POST-TRIP / 4 DAYS / FROM $4,680
Walk among the sentinels of a long lost culture in on one of the most mysterious islands on Earth. See the 100-ton stone statues, all that’s left of the ancient Rapa Nui culture that grew in isolation.

2020 - 2022